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    • E-Resource Statistics: What to do when you have no money 

      Walker, Mary (Electronic Resources & Libraries Conference, 2009-02-10)
      Tracking statistics and cost-per-use is more important than ever as budgets continue to shrink. ERMS (Electronic Resource Management Systems) are great but what if you can’t afford one? Using spreadsheets to track ...
    • E.M. Forster: “Only connect” 

      Teachout, Jeffrey Frank (2007-05)
      E.M. Forster's fiction, conservative in form, is in the English tradition of the novel of manners. He explores the emotional and sensual deficiencies of the English middle class, developing his themes by means of irony, ...
    • Ear canal pressure variations versus negative middle ear pressure: comparison using distortion product otoacoustic emission measurement in humans 

      Sun, Xiao-Ming (Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2012)
      Objective: For more than a century, positive and/or negative ear canal air pressure (ECP) has often been employed to simulate negative middle ear pressure (MEP) in exploring the latter's effect on hearing sensitivity and ...
    • The early childhood coaching handbook 

      Rush, Dathan D.; Shelden, M'Lisa L. (Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co, 2020)
    • Early childhood education: It's long-term impact on social competence 

      Swett, Megan L. (Wichita State University, 2009-12)
      A majority of support for early childhood interventions comes from the strong evidence of the positive impact of rigorous evaluations of three comprehensive programs: the Abecedarian project, High Scope Perry Preschool, ...
    • Early childhood education: The long-term benefits 

      Bakken, Linda; Brown, Nola; Downing, Barry (Taylor & Francis, 2017-02-03)
      This study was designed to substantiate the positive, long-term outcomes demonstrated by children from economically disadvantaged homes who received a high-quality, early education. Children who attended The Opportunity ...
    • Early developmental screening in high-risk communities: Implications for research and child welfare policy 

      Beam, Maria; Kaiser, Angela; Paré, Elizabeth; Schellenbach, Cynthia; Murphy, Margaret (Wichita State University, School of Social Work, 2015-05-28)
      Early detection of developmental delays in children living in high-risk communities enables effective intervention and promotes positive outcomes. Until now, the mechanisms by which these risks and benefits arise and ...
    • Early Earnings Releases and the Role of Accounting Quality 

      Seavey, Scott E.; Whitworth, James D.; Imhof, Michael J. (American Accounting Association, 2021-12-01)
      More than half of U.S. public companies announce earnings before audit completion. We examine how accounting quality, as a measure of the ex ante reliability of earnings, affects the decision to release earnings early. ...
    • Early entry program 

      Pendse, Ravi; Johnson, Everett L. (1994-03)
    • Early identification of boys at risk for treatment dropout in a residential treatment center 

      Raines, Susan J.; Force, R. C.; Burdsal, Charles A. (Wichita State University, Department of Psychology, 2000)
      This study introduces the Early Adaptation Measure (EAM), an instrument for early prediction of treatment completion in residential treatment facilities. The EAM is based on clinicians' observations of clients' behaviors ...
    • Early immigration to Kansas 

      Fast, Ezra L. (Wichita State University, 1933-06)
    • Early mobility in the intensive care unit: evaluation of a mobility protocol and the effect on patient outcomes 

      Mansur, Molly (Wichita State University, 2018-04-27)
      INTRODUCTION: Intensive care unit (ICU) interventions for early rehabilitation are linked with decreased length of stay (LOS) and days on mechanical ventilation (MV), as much as 47%, and is safe and well-tolerated by ...
    • Earnings inequality among women: does marriage matter? 

      Thapa, Sabina (Wichita State University, 2012-05)
      This study aims to investigate the effect of marriage on women’s earnings. Using Current Population Survey (CPS) 2010 data, three sets of hypotheses are tested to address the effect of individual level factors, structure ...
    • The earrings: the poem as prediction 

      Goldbarth, Albert (The Academy of American Poets, 2006)
    • Earth 

      Okafor, Chinyere Grace (Kraft Books Limited, 1996)
    • Earthquakes magnitude prediction using deep learning for the Horn of Africa 

      Abebe, Ewnetu; Kebede, Hailemichael; Kevin, Mickus; Demissie, Zelalem S. (Elsevier Ltd, 2023-07-01)
      Earthquakes are vibrations of the Earth's surface that can cause ground shaking, fires, tsunamis, landslides and fissures. These natural phenomena can cause destruction and kill lives. When there is a possibility of an ...
    • Eastborough oil field, Sedgwick County, Kansas 

      Vickery, Ward R. (Wichita State University, 1932- 05)
      The Eastborough Oil Field was discovered in 1929 and since that time has developed into one of the important fields of Sedgwick County. Its production comes from the top of the "Mississippi Lime", Misener Sand and Viola ...
    • An easy case of sorting by reversals 

      Tran, N. (Mary Ann Liebert, 1998)
      We show that a special case of sorting by reversals can be performed in polynomial time, namely, when the number of breakpoints is twice the distance.
    • Eating behaviors and attitudes 

      Jacobelli, Jillian (Wichita State University, 2010-04-23)
      An exploratory study at a Midwestern university examined the relationships between disordered eating behaviors and attitudes and psychological flexibility, experiential avoidance, perceptions of social pressure, and personal ...
    • EBI 2015 Survey Result Analysis 

      Student Affairs; Housing and Residence Life (Wichita State University, 2021-06-14)